HR 10 legislates the creation of a national ID database that will contain the name and personal information of every person in America. It also standardizes state drivers licenses to pave the way for a national ID card. Worse yet, it authorizes the Attorney General to force businesses to submit information about job applicants to the government for approval, and even to give the government fingerprints and other biometric information. These steps lay the foundation for a police state. These provisions would give unelected bureaucrats the power to make American citizens NON-PERSONS without due process of law. THIS MUST BE STOPPED. In addition to creating a national ID card and database: 1. H.R. 10 will seek more integration of our foreign policy with that of the U.N. (Section 4032). 2. H.R. 10 will train U.S. diplomats to be more attuned with the United Nations and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and other anti-democratic globalist organizations (Section 4034). The OSCE will be sending over 100 foreign observers to monitor the U.S. elections on Nov. 2, as reported by the Washington Times today. 3. H.R. 10 will create a new U.S. "ambassador-at-large" to work with U.N. nongovernmental organizations or NGOs. This would set a very dangerous precedent (Section 4035). According to Congressman Ron Paul, "The 9-11 Recommendation Implementation bill (HR 10) is yet another attempt to address the threat of terrorism by giving more money and power to the federal bureaucracy. The result of most of the reforms contained in this bill will not likely be a safer America, but will definitely be a less free America." I found out they are voting on this today, call your Congressman's DC office and tell them to vote against HR 10.